Services

Managing Your Health

We connect our customers to the essential products and services they need to manage their health. We partner with consumers, caregivers, agencies, doctors, and our other locations to offer convenient, full-service support.

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We offer Flu Vaccinations at all Northway Pharmacy locations and it's never been a better time to receive one. We want to be sure you, your family, and community are staying safe and healthy. Please contact a participating Northway Pharmacy location to book your appointment today.


All our locations offer this service.

Our Pharmacists are trained to administer drugs and vaccines by injection:

  • Pharmacist-administered flu shots are a service covered by our provincial government
  • For other medications (i.e., Vitamin B12), charges may apply

Please contact us if you have any questions or to schedule your injection.


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We offer free, citywide prescription pick-up and delivery within the city limits of Winnipeg. Please contact one of our pharmacies for more information.


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Compliance packaging cuts down on missed doses and assists in managing day-to-day medication regimens by sorting all medicines by time and date into one easy organizer. Packaging options include blister packs (also known as bubble or convenience packs) and Pac Med Strips.

Please contact us for a free consultation to find the best option for you.


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Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing customized medications for patients. Innovative research and new technologies have made it possible for pharmacists to customize medications. For instance, some patients are allergic to preservatives and dyes or are sensitive to standard drug strengths. A pharmacist, with a physician's consent, can change a medication's strength, alter its form for easier ingestion, or add flavour to make it more palatable.

Pharmacists also prepare medications using several unique delivery systems—sub-lingual troche or lozenge, lollipop, or trans-dermal gel or cream that can be absorbed through the skin. For patients who have a hard time swallowing capsules, a pharmacist can make a liquid suspension instead.

Compounded medications are made from scratch. Individual ingredients are mixed together in the exact strength and dosage required by the patient. This method allows the pharmacist to work with the patient and the prescriber to customize medications to meet specific needs.

Please contact us for further information.


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If you have any questions regarding your health, a pharmacist is often the first and most accessible health care professional in your community. Talk to your Pharmacist today—we're here to help.


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Consultations with our licensed dietitian are available to patients. Call the pharmacy to schedule an appointment.

Meet Our Dietitian

Erika graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor's degree in Human Nutritional Sciences. She completed her Dietetic Internship in 2018 through the Manitoba Partnership Dietetic Education Program, and has been working as a Graduate Dietitian, and now Registered Dietitian since graduation. Her experiences include long term care (chronic care, dementia care), food services supervising, outpatient counseling services providing group education as well as individual counseling for a variety of different conditions/disease states including diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and as a Registered Dietitian in acute care Surgery.

Consultations with our license dietitian are available to patients. Call the pharmacy to schedule an appointment.


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Our pharmacists work closely with patients, their families, and other health care providers to ensure that consistent and accurate medication information is communicated across various transitions of care—for example, from hospital to community, and vice-versa.

If you or a loved one is going through a transition of care, please contact us so we can help make the process of change as smooth as possible.


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We offer optional enrollment in our Medication Refill Reminder schedule. This program eliminates the need to remember to phone the pharmacy to refill your regularly scheduled medications. Instead, we will contact you to remind you that your medication is due and then verify your order.

Talk to one of our pharmacists today about enrolling in this program.


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Medication regimens can be complicated. Our pharmacists are available to conduct free comprehensive medication reviews for our patients. Medication reviews include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Drug interactions between medications
  • Side effects caused by a medication dose that is too high
  • Ineffectiveness due to a medication dose that is too low
  • An untreated issue exists
  • Use of a medication that is no longer needed
  • The occurrence of an adverse drug reaction
  • A medication review is an effective way of identifying and solving these problems
Contact your pharmacy of choice to book an appointment today.


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For qualifying customers, our pharmacists are available for free regular home visits to provide pharmacy services. The pharmacists will take the time to answer all your questions and concerns regarding your medications.

Please contact the pharmacy to set up an appointment with one of our pharmacists.


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For patients receiving insulin therapy or oral, liquid forms of medication (i.e., solutions or suspensions) and who require assistance in measuring the prescribed dosages, pre-filled syringes are available. These can sometimes be of great benefit for patients with dexterity or vision problems.


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We offer storage, or lock boxes as a solution to patients at risk of medication overuse or misuse, and who receive medications from a home care staff member or direct support worker.

Medications are locked in a plastic or metal box with a combination lock. Support staff who assist with administering medications are provided with the combination.

These boxes are loaned to patients at no charge during their medication therapy and are returned to our pharmacy when no longer required.


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